Hotel Rural San Roque

Address: Paseo Maritimo 57-59, Pitres, Las Alpujarras, Province of Granada, Andalucia, 18414, Spain | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Pitres

    Pre-India nerves and excitement

    A travel blog entry by familymojo on Feb 23, 2015

    7 comments, 2 photos

    ... plan and will.But it has not been all worry! When I told Genevieve that there might be children they will be with while there, she quickly started making additional rock and paper dolls to bring along and share with them.

    I gratefully request and give thanks for your prayers and good thoughts while we are there. I have no idea what the wi-fi situation will be like, but we will try to post updates as much as we can.

    - ...

    Toledo Part 2

    A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 09, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... I had to make my return dash to the station to get the train. I started sweating afresh, and negotiated a number swap with the next person in line. Finally, I got to the counter. 'Para Australia ' I cried, and plonked the box on the counter. 'And make it fast. I have a train to catch' She looked at the box, which had a sword symbol on it. 'No possible. Prohibited' 'No, no! Cochillos, cochillos! Para mi familia! My mother and' I cried. She shook her ...

    4th June 2014

    A travel blog entry by kjnicholson on Jun 04, 2014

    22 photos

    ... colour blue. It was explained to us that the colour blue represented heaven and being close to god. There were special handmade tiles that date back to when queen Isabella and king Ferdinand were ruling that line parts of this part in Granada, the street signs have them and even the window and door frames. This is what makes old Granada so unique and recognisable. They even go so far as to make the cola cola sign (traditionally red) with the blue tiles, ...

    Day 188: Sierra Nevada in Spain

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Jan 24, 2014

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... in paris. She tried so hard to translate everything for us even though her English wasn't that good. We didn't mind what we ordered and of course it's ok that it's in Spanish.. We are in Spain! We really liked her and the place, it had a great ambiance and played really good music too. We stayed there until about 11, by that time the place was full. We left and had a wander before heading back to our hostel, watching a movie and falling asleep.. Tomorrow we are off to ...

    Southern Spain with Josh and Tash

    A travel blog entry by jennyraymoran on Oct 09, 2013

    9 photos

    ... Portugal proved to be just as complicated. One place we decided to "wing it" and not book. Not a good idea. We managed to ask a rather well dressed fellow who happened to speak English, where we could find a hotel. He got in our car, spoke to a friend and delivered us to this fantastic hotel just near the old city. Couldn't believe our luck and prayers. Moving onto Seville, we stayed in an apartment organised by Tash, right in the middle of town. They joined us the next day. We ...